Unfavorable weather conditions slightly restrained the process of early grains ripening this year, that’s why crops intake at Alebor Group’s silos started a few days later if compared to the last year.
The last day of June 2017 first grain trucks arrived at automated intake points of Khrystynivske and Chesne Grain-Collecting Stations. During the first day of new season 2017 over 160 tons of early barley was taken. For three working days the volume of crops taken at all silo facilities of Alebor Group totaled 700 tons of barley.
Currently farmers benefit from favorable weather conditions. It brings a hope that crops will be harvested in time and with minimal losses. For our part, we took all necessary measures to provide safe logistics, high-quality post-harvest treatment and handling of grain and oilseeds – Kostiantyn Zhvavyi, Head of Purchase Department of Khrystynivske Grain-Collecting Station LLC.
At the height of harvesting season Voronovytske and Khrystynivske Grain-Collecting Stations of Alebor Group work according to “dry port” concept: intake and handling of 5 thousand tons of grain per 24 hours, shipment of 3.5 thousand tons during the same period of time.
Intake of crops at Chesne Grain-Collecting Station located in Balta (Odesa region) proceeds in a routine mode, despite of construction works on capacities increase. The first construction stage is planned to be finished at late summer-early September.
Let’s remind that at the beginning of the year it was a combine harvesters fleet set up within Boleko freight-forwarding company. It consists of 5 units of CLAAS Lexion harvesting machinery. Also Alebor Group offers its customers full cycle of grain logistics “harvesting in the field – selling”